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Barton Orleans County Monitor Newspaper Archives Jul 21 1920, Page 5

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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Barton, VermontOr Flagg died As result of overwork needs of patients caused Young physician to overtax strength marked Devotion to profession. Constipation a the Burlin on free press Sava the providing of the Rural ssh no of Vermont with the prop a �?o�?��1 s thru Ems it la isl the �?~�?o�11�?o�?o Quot �?o�?T�?��?~"�?~�?o8 or so a sri be other suf whelming mrs. Frage leaders. ñ�tend��\asd�?o�?of.emte?/f Dattan Tufts Lem which is oct Nevin my Woit of the a Ding a a Nunu Quot present time. Of Vermont College of Medicine a to the e Sim for a quote a i a via a cays grave ? Frt suck �?o4&Quot been sent by him to territories which fir of Bellows were in the worst shape but or nah r i Hartness of Springfield Tinkham is of the opinion that some a Quot Ery of Newport of new sys Teni will be nes Saary before sep four cornered gov urea. Position of chief exec Strain which is put on some of today announced the country practitioners was Evi of a have accepted the a Niht if in a any marked Relief is secured. The Strain which la Una a denied in the Case of or. R. S Fla chairmen on the ratify of Morrisville who delayed giving of a miss Gregory Tention to himself until he was be j t no chairman. Entry in the serve a invitation to a on the ratify 0h5 m. Bryant Jackerson St.,Portland, Maine. J troubled with constipation ass be i can remember As a is subject to distressing i and pain in my left Side for two or three Days inv movement of the bowels. To read about a fruits ague of our local papers and Iel use about four months see them i have been free if headaches my bowels have la Biegala and from the use of 1 boxes of a fruit a Tives i feel Jpsie great Benefit i have derived i me in pronouncing them a of True and exceptional Otis m. Bryant. Box 6 for$2.50. Trial site 25c. In from fruit a tites Ogden sol run. Y. La off 7dq eat always take Atonic Porto or acne Stem leap relieves heartburn bloat a Dag. Stops food souring Aai All stomach Mia Erieau 1 Vitow end p�0 tread. Teas of Thoo Ruben Tad. On costs cant 0 Amit to Aiu gig Rantand a a a a i Nimg. Go Tomb Mineree Barton. Yermont Many a lest 5 a As old As his organs he it be As vigorous and heathy i. Bit35 it he aids his organs ii. Their functions. Keep organs Maltby with cold Ebal a a Edard remedy Tor kidney a cd uric add troubles corrects disorders stimulates a druggists three sizes. Saki Maui of award bes in. To Imke is Pond All Aid and died within a shorten al a h Olzendam Leader time of his arrival at the Hospital a Lara r Vermont women to where it bras found his Case of Appen element Call a special ses Licitis had advanced to such a stage the a Slature stated that the that there was no Hope of his survive 2 candidates for governor had ing the operation. I written her letters emphatically As a fall through the Winter months or. I Flagg kept three horses in action and 1�� session himself working Dav and Nice it a now major h. Nelson Jackson chairman of the Republican delegation to himself working Day and night Over the wide stretch of territory which he was called on to cover during the in Chicago wac i milk tue m ,. Of Quot a of the vice flu Enza epidemic and then he went for r,. Miles on snowshoes. In the District v of of a University of runing East from Hyde Park John a a of it former Secreta son and Morrisville and Northeast 40 Miles to North Troy and Newport there was Only one practising physician and the doctors from those towns were called on to make trips of Many Miles to see patients whom no one else could reach. In the Spring or. Flagg was in poor health suffering from a pain in his Side and a general run Down condition. The press Vermont former Secretary of state and president John m. Thomas of Middlebury College. The Complete personnel of the committee is As follows honorary chairmen Carroll s. Page Porter h. Dale chairman j. Gregory Smith St. Albans vice chairmen Marshall h. Alexander St. Albans Harry b. Amey Island Pond Frank c. Archibald Montpe of work kept up and he worked until i a a a for Erick h. Babbitt Bellows the pain became of acute that he was Falls Guy w. Bailey burls on obliged to give up for a few hours. I Henry l. A of Chester Willis c. Even then he had two confinement j gel Jap cases which he Felt needed his Atten Black Mont Lier Vernon a. Buitron and he held Back from going to lard. Burlington John Cushing St. We pit the Nain had a unaided a Nonh to Albans Sanford a. Daniels Bratt Boro Curtis s. Emery Newport h. When the pain had subsided enough to when the pain and subsided enough to allow him Quot was to travel off six Miles through a Hilly country to Call Omery. F. Fairchild Fairfield Charles w. Gates Franklin Collin Graves Ben and died shortly afterwards. A Cdr. Tinkham is of the opinion that the establishment of Small hospitals at different Points throughout the state would help the situation to some extent. Here maternity cases and Many others could be treated and this would take a big Strain off the doctors. Another plan would be to use trained nurses. The nurse could attend the patient when the doctor Wasny to there and he could cover one Section one Day and another the next. Tit Mont fairs ipg first at Morrisville aug. 2ft�?last at Tunbridge oct. 6. A schedule of the 16 fairs Wowch Junction aug. 30-sept. 1 Addison Are to be held throughout the state of Vermont this fall Gimming aug. 24 and closing about oct. 6, is Given a Oille Vauney Morrisvale aug. 24-26 Franklin county. Sheldon county Middlebury Springfield sept. 1-2 a land coun fair and horse show a and a. In county Essex Cen Orleans a to bar tool sept. 7-9 Caledonia coun St. Johnsbury. Fufil Ley fair Manche or sept. 116, Windsor county Wood Stuj kit. La Lei Caledonia Grange fair Para fir 28 1�? Tural fair. Tune Edge oct. 5-6, Man is one who has or Arie in september j. To the Lawn party on the Church Lawn on tuesday evening of last week was a Success in every Way. The night was Ideal the program was very Good and the refreshments though of a cold nature sold like hot cakes and about $17 were cleared which was Given to the ladies Aid. Sheffield Mae Willey of Orleans visited Eliza of Hara last week. Zada Simpson of Lyndon was a recent guest of Eliza of Hara. Home at White River Junction. Oliver from his n visit or is enjoying a from Brownington. Clinton Jones and family of St. Johnsbury were week end visitors at s. A. Jones. Or. And mrs. Thomas Fletcher of Newport were week end guests at John Blakes. George Leavitt of Here through a Hilly country to can on a x patient. When the trip to the hos i Quot a Quot ton James Hartness Spring Pital became an absolute necessity he Field Frank e. Howe Bennington drove his car to Burlington. On the i Harland b. Howe Burlington h. Way he was sometimes obliged to Stop Fleur i a debug Frank e. And lie Down beside the Road the pain Langley . H Mimms intense. On his arrival at the a Lington e. E. More Ludlow j e. 1 he was in a state of collapse Piddock Sai tons Wick Burlington John Spargo Bennington Wendell Stafford Washington d. C. Charles l. Stu Onville John m. Thomas a Martin s. Vilas Burlington Leonard Wheeler White Justion c. M. Mite is a Richard Billings Woods a h. T. Brown Ludlow Joseph Montpelier h. C. Comings Bie Foi a whip k Darling Chelsea Maurice Dwey Mon c. J. Fitz Rad inns Lier r g. Fleetwood moms Villee. A a. Gibson Bratty Oro George e Groat Burlington w. G. I.1 a a rules Charles a. Shields and or. J. D. Bachand of St. Johnsbury w. P. Iti Issell of Kirby and Frank Taylor of Hardwick. A limousine car driven by h. E. Bennett of Illinois and containing mrs. Bennett and daughter and mrs. Montgomery was overturned near the top of Dale Hill in Danville recently a Jung three of the occupants so they were taken to the Hospital for treatment. In shifting gears they failed to match and the car backed into the ditch narrowly escaping going Over a High embankment. While e. A. Woodard of St. Johnsbury was driving from North Danville to St. Johnsbury one night last week he was held up and shot at by a Man who jumped from concealment beside the Road. The horse ran probably saving or. Woodard a life As five bullets penetrated the Carriage top. Woodard says he has no enemies 80 far As he knows and thinks the Holdup was for the purpose of getting Money. He had Only about $20 with him. Miss Jessie Williams of Concord and Orville Platt of St. Johnsbury were married on Shadow Lake in Concord recently. The bridal party including the Bride her Mother brother and grandparents were in one boat and the minister. Rev. George s. Smith of the methodist Chura was rowed out to meet them by Henry Pooler. The two boats were then fastened together the Bride and froom then stepped into the one containing the officiating Clergyman and the ceremony was performed. Charles Wormwood who was injured at roys Mills in East Barnet lied at the Bright look Hospital in St. Johnsbury Friday night. He was Horn in Groton in 1851 and lived there throughout his boyhood. About-1868 he moved to East Barnet where he was a Farmer until the last few years of his life. Lately he had been employed in roys Mills in which the a Tal injury occurred. He is survived a ton saturday with her Cousin mrs. By his daughter mrs. Carl Collins Hennessy. Of St. Johnsbury. I mrs. O. E. Mcfarland Leo Mcfear Jack of Brien a victim of denatured land and miss Pearl Robinson were alcohol escaped from Bright look hos in St. Johnsbury recently Pital St. Johnsbury where it was at Rev. And mrs. B. H. Curtis return or. And mrs. A a Worcester mass., were Here to attend the wedding of Earla Simpson. A very pleasant wedding occurred at the Home of or. And mrs. H. P. Simpson Myrhen their daughter Earla was United in marriage to Carl Fisk of Hyde Park last week. Sutton North Ridge Avery Curtis spent sunday at Home. Fred Ingalls is quite poorly at this writing. Mrs. Harry Gordon is visiting at e. E. Grants. Clayton Cady begins work for e. R. Mcshane monday. Two ladies from Boston Are boarding at b. H. Fairbanks. E. R. Mcshane and family were in St. Johnsbury last week. Arthur Curtis went to Browning ton tuesday for a few Days. W. J. Buck and son Ernest Are haying on the Dollof place. Miss Bertha Quimby of Lyndonville is working for mrs. G. H. Mcfarland. Miss Pearl Robinson went to bos feared he would die As he had to South Windham Friday. The mrs. Drunk nearly a of the Poison do g m. Curtis returned with them for had ing the Day ing for a firm of contractors at Mclyn does and bought his drink in a St. Johnsbury drug store. He found a n is St Johnsbury who had Concord to him to n work Short visit. Re really come there from coi induced Dian High wine. We Concord Man left town imn mediately afterwards a j Harry Northfield Gennes w. Frazer Metzger ran Mitchell Montpelier w. A. W. B Mcki Luj burls to Schoff Alfred e. Watson White Burlington Avirea a. Edgerton River Hitchcock Pitts invited not yet heard Rochester Ford. Al dictates from. A gust and september Are two of 7 Best months in the whole year for Quot a ing. Order your Ford touring Sedan now so that you May have enjoy during these months. Touring car $575 a a a i electric it starting link Rwy system Sedan $875 $6s0 $975 for Sale bar axe built would wag Onette Stedt tattle is of amp a Well painted Price $100. Mount am wag four a above. Price $100, e. F. Gebhardt Selburne. It. 25 men wanted kor steady veneer Mill. Good living conditions schoo s an catches. Saturday or o without loss of pay. Patently not having been poisoned As of Brien had been. Harry a. Black Secretary of state has appointed Charles l. Pierce of Hardwick special inspector in _ the automobile department or. Pierce was assigned to duty in West Burke and during two Days stopped 216 automobiles that were passing through that Village. He discovered various violations of the Laws of the state chief of which were spading License when asked to do so. He also found some cars that had not in licensed. It is expected that there will be some prosecutions As Well As some suspension of licenses As the result of the investigation. Toe Man was particularly offensive m his conversation to the inspector. West Burke Alson Gray is failing rapidly and is a great sufferer. Miss Ruth Brigham is visiting in West Lebanon n. H. Mrs. Elwin Smith of Somerville. Mass., is a visitor in town. Or and mrs. Mark Angels a trip through the White mountains recently. Mrs. Peter Abar is spend ii week with her sister in by. Bury. Harvey Hall and guests of b. D. Haggle the first of the week. Miss Dorothy Russell of St. Johnsbury was a visitor in town during the past week. Or and mrs. Dana Coe Are visiting their daughter mrs. Johnson in Newport n. H. Mrs or. Kendrick and daughter my a few Are spending a Short vacation in Northfield. Mass. Mrs. Lottie Straw q was the guest of mrs. William Wallace last week. Katherine and Evelyn Abar have be ending a few Days with fiends at Lake Willoughby. Mrs. Fred Barker Flo. N. His spending a month with her Sis Fer. Myth. C. Colby. Mary Dickerman returned or. And mrs. Will Mcfarland Harold Mcfarland and Clarence Rickaby of St. Johnsbury visited at g. A Mcfarland a sunday. Or. And mrs. Elmer Kelley or. And mrs. Ward Carpenter or. And mrs. Faye Carpenter and or. And mrs. Kiddie Ier and son Grant or. And mrs. Carlton Kidder three daughters and two sons of Enosburg and w. J. Kidder and daughter of Derby visited at b. H. Fairbanks last week. amp i too Busy to write until moved to our new store. Main Street Neponset roofs twin shingles save labor and nails Neponset twin shingles Are too shingles in one and self spacing 20 in. X 12 in. Long. Come in and we will Tell you Why slate surfaced lie Onset twin shingles Are what you need for re roofing your House or garage and How they Combine handsome appearance Long Wear fire resistance and True Economy. Two Colon a natural slate red and slate Green. American twin shingles the surfacing of american Quot twin shingles is natural slate red or Green. They arc As wide As Neponset twin but not quite As Long. Wrd amp son Ine. But abused 1795 but is Lou atm for Sale by r. Cook Barton it. This Ohns from a visit to Winchendon mass., Ter mrs. From a visit w the first of last week. Rpm w f Hill and family Are vis it Inri Berwin and ther we a be to Here y., so at the Gem theatre fuday my so my. S. L. Brigham durig or their hem. Richford co. Richford al hot Ethan to la i in a veterinary Swah Matt Wheeler All you could Hope for and in full measure the Cleveland six gives All in every Day year around performance and gives it in Fiill measure that you could Hope for from the car you Buye it combines so Many Good features Power sturdiness Comfort style and Economy of operation All worthy of discriminating a Csider action that it has come into a place of distinction among Light cars. The excl Ive Cleveland motor of the Over head valve Type quiet and powerful gives real life to the car. It has flexibility of Power and ease of driving that cannot be found in Many cars. Quot it handles like a says one owner. To Steps out As fast As any car Ever built Quot is another s comment. Quot it fairly glides Over the Long Moi Tain climb Quot writes a Colorado enthusiast. The sturdy Cleveland Chassis is featured by Low under Slung Spring construction positive brakes and other factors of Comfort and safety. On this one Standard Chassis Are mounted four bodies of unusual Beauty and dignity All handsomely finished and splendidly upholstered. Come in and see the Cleveland. Ride in it drive it Yourmet. $1485 roadster three Page Engerski $1w $2395 Coupe four Payee ogers $239$ foam w. O. B. Barton Auto Exchange Ohio

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